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2012, Scenery

Julie Hartz – During the dry season in Hwange, elephant may be seen digging in the seasonal river beds for water to percolate up through the sandDustin and Synthia Jans – The Pyramids of Giza are the oldest and only remaining intact Seven Wonders of the Ancient WorldCape Town's dramatic coastline serves the backdrop for this baboon's contemplative moment
Beverly Lipman – The water for the Okavango Delta originates in Angola about 600 miles northwest of BotswanaJohn Long – A lone palm tree silhouetted by the setting sun in Zimbabwe's Hwange National ParkLarry Lowenthal – A lioness stalks unsuspecting zebra in Tanzania's Serengeti
Larry Lowenthal – A perfect example of why a private safari in Tanzania is ideal as safari vehicles line up for game viewing in the SerengetiLarry Lowenthal – Tarangire National Park in Tanzania is one of the most scenic reserves in AfricaMadeline Maloon – A lone baobab offers the ideal sundowner spot in Botswana
Wendy Maloon – Botswana's rainy season from December through March provide the occasional spectacular thunderstormsCasey Armstrong – The spray from Victoria Falls creates a constant rainbow, visible even during a full moonTerri McCaul – Female elephants spend much of their life in a tightly knit family group of mothers, daughters, sisters and aunts
Karen McConnell – A large mane lion takes a strategic position on the rock kopjes of Tanzania's SerengetiMaureen Nolan – A herd of zebra come down to a small tributary on the SerengetiEmily Obrist – Colorful painted houses in Cape Town's Malay quarter
Emily Obrist – Dr. David Livingstone became the first European man to see Victoria Falls on November 16, 1855Karen Ralston – The word safari is Swahili for journey and Kenya's Maasai Mara is where it all beganRandy Stocker – Ballooning over the Serengeti (pictured) or the Maasai Mara is a once-in-a-lifetime experience
Chris Swindal – A giraffe's height helps it to keep a sharp lookout for predators across the wide expanse of Tanzania's savannahChris Swindal – Young lion cubs follow their mother whose watchful eye scans the Serengeti plains for troubleCasey Armstrong – Zambia's South Luangwa National Park is 3,494-square miles and one of the finest in Africa
Chris Swindal – Acacia trees dot the horizon of Tanzania's SerengetiChris Swindal – Mist clings to the Serengeti grasses as the sun rises over this iconic National ParkJonathan Tarlton – Although a plant eating mammal, hippos are one of the most aggressive animals in Africa
Jeff Thompson – The Namib is considered to be the oldest desert in the worldJeff Thompson – Namibia has some of the most spectacular desert ecosystems in the worldJeff Thompson – Serra Cafema, one of the most remote camps in all of Southern Africa, is located on the Kunene River
Gary Tratt – Traditional Maasai villages like this one are protected by a boma which keeps the livestock and people safe from predatorsTerry Walker – Hwange National Park’s waterholes play a vital role in the survival of the park’s large elephant populationTerry Walker – Dry conditions during Zimbabwe's winter months provide epic sunsets
Terry Walker – The Zambezi River forms a natural border between Zambia and Victoria FallsTerry Walker – Victoria Falls is approximately 5600 feet wide, twice the height of Niagra FallsKirk Beales – Thanks to long hooves, the red lechwe is well adapted to the wetlands and swamps of Botswana's Selinda spillway
Terry Walker – Zimbabwe's Matobo National Park offers one of the most unusual landscapes in AfricaTerry Walker – Sunset in Zimbabwe's Hwange National Park is a special timeLynne Calero – To endure drought conditions Baobabs store up to 32,000 gallons of water in the tree's trunk
Marie Caner – Oryx and Thomson gazelles seek refuge from the heat in this lone waterhole in the Niassa Reserve, MozambiqueTanzania's dry landscape during July-October provide unique camouflage for this giraffe familyVivian Delgado – Tarangire National Park, Tanzania, has some majestic baobab trees which are known as the upside down tree
Sonia Durrance – The Ngorongoro Crater is known as the eighth Wonder of the World and has possibly the highest concentration of wildlife in AfricaJulie Hartz – Hwange is Zimbabwe's largest national park and is famous for its large herds of elephants